Just call me the Marvelous Liz Maisel… haha! This post has been a long time coming! 😀 Today I’m sharing this adorable pink Mrs. Maisel inspired outfit along with my Woolworth’s antique haul! This is definitely a fun one – enjoy!
Mrs. Maisel Inspired Outfit & Woolworth’s Antique Haul
Miss Candyfloss Floral Dress c/o | Charlie Stone Shoes Rose Tweed Flats c/o | Chi Chi London Coat (old – similar here) | Jemma Handbag (old – similar here) | Vintage Pink Gloves (similar here) | Vintage Pillbox Hat (similar here)
First things first, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is hands down one of my all-time favorite shows! Not only is the story entertaining but the fashion is out of this world gorgeous! I’ve always been a fan of vintage style and it even inspires my everyday style! We had a lot of fun with this one 🙂 I wanted to recreate a Mrs. Maisel inspired outfit but with my own spin! So this is not an exact re-creation but is rather inspired by the colors, shapes and overall style of Mrs. Maisel (yet is also very Lizzie!).
The shoes were a big part of this outfit! They are from Charlie Stone’s New York City, 1958 collection and let me tell you, all three pairs are just marvelous 😉 The pink tweed is my favorite for obvious reasons but they are also super comfy and surprisingly versatile! They go so well with this dress from Miss Candyfloss! The dress is a classic 1950s shape with a flattering neckline and the most twirly skirt I’ve ever seen (check out this short video to see it in action)! The floral embroidery is absolutely gorgeous and I just adore the colors! Although they are contrasting prints/textures, the tweed and floral print go together really well because the colors are similar and the prints/textures are different sizes.
To bring both together, I paired the dress and shoes with a classic swing coat similar to that from the 1950s – 60s! The light purple color brings out the floral embroidery of the dress even more and the shape is very Mrs. Maisel. Since the coat has shorter and wider sleeves, I added a pair of light pink embroidered vintage gloves. And seriously, how cute is the bow detail? I also added a light pink vintage inspired handbag and a vintage pillbox hat with tiny flowers! The vintage gloves and hat were actually from my recent Woolworth’s antique haul and I thought they went perfectly with this Mrs. Maisel inspired outfit 🙂
If you missed out on the haul, I’ll leave the video for you below! And if you’re unfamiliar with Woolworth’s, it was a big department store back in the day. It was the first five and dime store and it started in 1879. At one point had over 5,000 stores and by 1979, it was the largest department chain store in the world. The Woolworth’s Luncheonette that I’m standing in front of for these photos is actually the last one still open and operating in the United States and it still has the original lunch counter, which is incredible. The diner is open 7 days a week and it’s just got a really nice 1950s nostalgia. The old department store is ironically now the home of an antique mall with tons of different vendors. It’s two levels and there’s honestly so much to look at and of course, it still showcases that beautiful original architecture. This is one of my favorite places to visit and it’s truly such a historical gem. <3
Check out my video below for a tour of the old Woolworth’s diner and store, some antique shopping and of course, my Woolworth’s antique haul (including these gloves and pillbox hat!). I got so many pretties to add to my vintage collection 🙂
What do you think of my Mrs. Maisel inspired outfit?
And which item was your favorite from my Woolworth’s antique haul?
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